The United Kingdom on Sunday recorded 316 other deaths, with 30,501 new cases of Kovid-19.
The boss of the company behind the Oxford / AstraZeneca Kovid-19 vaccine hopes that it will be more effective than ever before amidst the rapid spread of British viral tension.
AstraZeneca head Pascal Soriot told the Sunday Times that he thought the researchers found a “winning formula” using the two doses and promised to release the results as reports suggested the UK could approve regulatory approvals. Jab in a few days.
The claim will also provide some relief as Canada becomes the latest country to identify new types of highly contagious new types of coronovirus, which were first detected in the UK and have since spread to at least a dozen countries.
And Chancellor Rishi Sanak praised the vaccination efforts so far, telling the Mail on Sunday: “Tough days and months will be ahead, but to see a bright future and what 2021 does. Promises.
“The initial deployment of the vaccine – and the incredible work of our scientists and the NHS – means that we can now see the light at the end of the tunnel with this epidemic.”
But medical unions and Labor have criticized the government’s handling of the program, which it says has not made a substantial edge in nursing homes.
Nadra Ahmed, president of the National Care Association, told the Sunday Mirror that the deployment of Pfizer / BioNotech was going to be “difficult”, but added: “It’s just another case of mass over-promise on something that doesn’t. Might just not be necessary. It’s stable. “
And Labor shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth told the newspaper that there was a “race against time” to get enough people vaccinated, as he urged the government to avoid “too slow” to protect residents of health centers Said “same mistakes again”. – Reference to PPE and hospital leave.
On Christmas Eve, the Department of Health and Social Affairs said that more than 600,000 people had received their first dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine, but deployment to nursing homes was limited to seven areas.
He said that in England large care homes with 50 to 70 beds would be preferred with around 2,900 care homes of this size.